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President Joe Biden will need to sign the bill before midnight to avert a shutdown. ABC
VOA VIEW: Republicans should have tried to stop the funding bll.
The best-case-scenario for Hurricane Ian's economic damage is $55 billion, a data firm said. ABC
VOA VIEW: Total guess work.
The Finnish-Russia border has been closed to Russians with tourist visas, curtailing one of the last easily accessible routes to Europe for Russians trying to flee a military mobilization ABC

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U.S. regulators have revealed their plan to allow foreign baby formula manufactures to stay on the market long term ABC
VOA VIEW: This is shameful.
Inflation in the European countries using the euro currency has broken into double digits as prices for electricity and natural gas soar ABC
Federal Judge Aileen Cannon rejected part of the independent arbiter's requirements of the Trump team and extended some of the deadlines. CBS
VOA VIEW: Good!
Red paint was sprayed across the facade of the building in New York's Upper East Side neighborhood. CBS
VOA VIEW: Not appropriate even though merited.
The request for an expedited schedule says the lawsuit against Donald Trump and his company "involves allegations of an ongoing scheme." CBS
VOA VIEW: Liberal AG wishful thinking.
Meta has lost about two-thirds of its value since peaking last year as the business continues to get pummeled on multiple fronts. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Facebook should fail.

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Business executives deploying millions of dollars in political donations to shape midterm results CNBC
VOA VIEW: Good!
The personal consumption expenditures price index excluding food and energy rose 0.6% for the month after being flat in July. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Thanks to Biden and Dems.
President Joe Biden in remarks about Russian President Vladimir Putin and his war against Ukraine called the Nord Stream pipeline leaks an act of sabotage. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Putin is not afraid of Biden.
The Global X Autonomous and Electric Vehicles ETF ended September sharply lower as lidar makers, EV companies and auto giants all sold off amid economic fears. CNBC
VOA VIEW: EV activity is failing.

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The sanctions on hundreds of Russian officials and firms highlight the cat and mouse game between Western governments and Russian military suppliers CNBC
VOA VIEW: There needs to be many more.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has brought a legal challenge against the Biden administration's sweeping student loan forgiveness plan. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A factual view.
In a stunning reversal from previous guidelines, borrowers who have federal student loans that are owned by private entities are no longer eligible for relief. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The entire loan forgiveness idea is failing.

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Experts talk about the quiet firing trend, the signs an employee should look out for, and how they can avoid it. CNBC
Working conditions during the pandemic pushed many workers to organize — but fears about a potential recession could curb the union boom. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Unions will have serious problems if Dems lose in November.
September was a horrible month for stocks. The Dow fell nearly 9%, its worst monthly drop since March 2020, when pandemic lockdowns started in the United States. The index ended Friday deeply in the red, too. CNN
VOA VIEW: Biden is the main cause.
A gun-rights group has filed a lawsuit against Connecticut for a ban on specific semiautomatic firearms, which was enacted in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. FOX News
VOA VIEW: As they should.
Conservative activist Virginia "Ginni" Thomas restated her claims the presidential election victory for Joe Biden was fraudulent. UPI
VOA VIEW: Her claims are valid.

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Ukrainian officials said on Friday that "dozens" of civilians were killed by a Russian strike while in a convoy of cars heading to pick up relatives in the city of Zaporizhzhia. UPI
VOA VIEW: Totally fraudulent.
Six Republican-led states have filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. UPI
VOA VIEW: Good!
The Biden administration and the Department of Education rolled back some of its student debt relief program Thursday as some Republican states have issued legal challenges to the program. UPI
VOA VIEW: The entire idea is wrong, illegal and failing.

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October 03, 2022

     A Montana state judge has determined three laws passed by Montana’s Republican-controlled legislature to regulate activities on university campuses are unconstitutional, including one that sought to ban transgender women from participating on female collegiate sports teams.  The so-called judge is a liberal idiot.

     Montana’s Constitution gives the state board of regent's full authority to govern public college campuses and precludes state lawmakers from imposing their own rules, District Court Judge Rienne McElyea said in a ruling issued Wednesday that was emailed to attorneys in the case on Friday. Her ruling noted that the Montana Supreme Court recently affirmed the same conclusion in a challenge to a bill that sought to allow more people to carry guns on campuses. The ruling is the second judicial setback of the week on laws passed by Montana’s 2021 Legislature that affected transgender residents. A different state judge clarified that he temporarily blocked health officials from enforcing a state rule that would prevent transgender people from changing the gender on their birth certificate. The ruling comes amid a heated national debate over whether transgender women should be allowed to participate in female sports at the high school and collegiate level.

     At least 12 Republican-led states have passed laws banning transgender women or girls in sports based on the premise that it gives them an unfair competitive advantage. Transgender rights advocates counter that the rules aren’t just about sports, but another way to demean and attack transgender people.